... I'm just wired about all of this.
In researching the republican party line, and trying to get beyond the media spin, it strikes me that the hard-party-line pubs, as a rule, either do not know who he is at all or are falling for the spin of "kook" and "fringe" and dismissing him out of hand. A republican debate is a good place for people to meet him. I'd like to see some questions that illustrate his standing on those issues which are important to Joe Republican - taxes, liberty, small gov't, abortion, etc. What I'm wondering, for myself, is how to reach them otherwise. Any thoughts? So far I've just been myspacing individual pubs that don't have anything about Paul on their sites and asking them what they think of him. Where I get responses I am letting them know about the debate. (Hard line pub sites don't even mention him, as a rule.)
It sort of breaks my heart that even the conservative media is spinning it's own on this.....
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